Missoni FALL 2018 MENSWEAR – Milan Fashion Week

Missoni referred to New York’s creative scene in the late ‘70s as the inspiration for the collection, built as a wardrobe of individual pieces. As usual, the color did the talking. Being a born colorist, Missoni was able to give a strong visual impact to striped blazers, grandpa-style cardis or chunky sweaters through inventive color combinations. Bronze, cerulean, electric green and orange created a chromatic rhythm that was syncopated and eye-catching; jacquard patterns on brushed mohair were so elaborate, it required 45 different colors and an intricate patchwork stitching technique to achieve their abstract effect.


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